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P-51 Mustand Under Camouflage Net
RAF Mustang 1a at NAA Plant Cockpit
RAF Mustang 1a at NAA Plant Fueling
P-51 Mustang “Airframe on the half shell”
NA-97 A-36 aft radiator cooling scoop
The development of the NA-97 A-36 saw the first significant change made to the design of the front scoop
The Hispano II 20mm cannon had a different ammunition feed
A close-up of the P-51 Mustang I’s adjustable “alligator” front scoop
Close-up of the NA-102 P-51B-1-NA production front scoop
Front-on view of the production P-51B/C/D/K front scoop
A close-up of the P-51 Mustang I’s adjustable “alligator” front scoop
P-51 Front view of the left underwing dive brake
The original P-51 duct/plenum design
The XP-51B was initially fitted with a modified P-51A/A-36 front radiator scoop
P-51B Mustangs Ready to Fly
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North American Aviation Family Day, May 7, 1944
P-51 Mustangs Set Transcontinental US Flight Record, 1944
North American Aviation A-36 Invader Footage
North American Aviation P-51D Mustang Flight Line
P-51B/C Mustang and A-36A Invader Striking Ground Targets
North American Aviation F-51s on Flight Ramp
North American Aviation P-51B Mustang Flight Line
North American Aviation P-51D Mustang Assembly Line
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